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   FRIES' COLORS

   Are you a fungi (or is that fun guy)? Find out your true colors and
   how other mycologists perceive you with this collection of color
   terms and definitions gathered from Elias Magnus Fries's early
   writings.

      http://fp.bio.utk.edu/mycology/color-Fries.htm

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   HOWARD GARRETT'S BASIC ORGANIC PROGRAM

   Howard Garrett, a Texas native and the "Doctor of Dirt," is a strong
   proponent of organic gardening methods. Besides providing streaming
   audio broadcasts of his weekend radio show, "The Natural Way," his
   site also includes lists of plants for Texas climates, organic
   gardening guidelines, tips, recommended reading, and lots more.

      http://www.whitehawk.com/dirtdoctor/

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   ROOTS OF BOTANICAL NAMES

   Curious about the origin of certain botanical terms? Compiled by Bob
   Riffle, a noted palm expert and author, this collection of botanical
   roots is an invaluable resource to budding taxonomists and curious
   gardeners.

      http://www.prairienet.org/ag/garden/botrts.htm


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